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comment What design patterns could be used here?
This is an interesting approach - implementing patterns using lambdas. Thanks!
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comment What design patterns could be used here?
@MichaelT I agree. I thought to come out here and ask how would a good approach look like from the architectural perspective, because as you have rightly mentioned, performance is a byproduct of good design.
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comment What design patterns could be used here?
@MichaelT The performance is my main concern, but I'd also like to sketch an extensible architecture. I'm familiar with a few design patterns, and could see some of them (e.g. observer) as a building block for this use case.
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comment What design patterns could be used here?
@MetaFight What I meant was "using the idioms of dynamic languages, such as python."
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